I ordered some Papermate brand 3-in-1 multi PhD pens from Shoplet because they labeled them as the ones with the red ink pens, not the stylus.But when they arrived they were the ones with the PDA stylus.
And when I tried to return them they wanted to charge me a restocking fee of $22.00 on an order of $37.00, even though it was there mistake with their online description!
And they claim it is clearly marked in their return policy, and it is not.What a Horrible company, bad customer service and I will never shop there again!
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